Do you remember being a kid, those easy days of magical living, laying on the grass naming cloud formations, giggling as they shape-shifted while the breeze caressed you and the sun kissed you? Have you ever had a close encounter of the Divine kind as a Swallowtail danced before you? Did you ever chase fireflies and make up songs about them while screeching in utter delight at the sight of violet, turquoise and yellow bubbles? Do you remember those magical days of daydreaming and playing…Continue
Congestion is a common challenge during the cold and flu season, here are a foods that can help to clear up congestion and make breathing easier. These healing foods work much better than over the counter drugs for congestion (which all have side effects)… and they are much less expensive. …Continue
We have lost a powerful and loving icon of human spirituality with the passing of Dr. Wayne Dyer. Having gone though lots of emotional turmoil in his own life and come out the other side, many people looked up too Dr. Dyer including myself… and he will be missed!
Dr. Dyer was a person who got up early every morning to do his…Continue
Intuition: Your Most Reliable Guide
By William Bezanson
How do you make decisions? What guidance do you seek? What tools do you use?
When you work on making a decision, you are actually looking into the future. You are typically trying to determine what the future will hold with respect to some parameters, and…Continue
Added by William Bezanson on August 31, 2015 at 11:10am — No Comments
Writers such as Shakespeare and the Brothers Grimm have tainted love for most of us women over the past few hundred years. As a result, we have often been sorely disappointed and jaded to the prospect of true love and lasting relationships. New love is grand, but the fairy tale feeling doesn’t last forever. They never told us about after ever after.
Tales of forbidden love, passionate yearning and noble heroes and heroines are forever etched…Continue
Added by Mishi McCoy on August 31, 2015 at 12:00am — No Comments
The Spirituality of Loyalty
By Judi Lynch
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Most people agree loyalty means a strong allegiance and support for another or a group of individuals. Trust can be a tenuous thing. A spiritually minded soul can be loyal to a fault as they consider it a must for any alliance they make. The challenges in…Continue
We can exchange or share our Soul fragments in relationships or friendships. They tend to be shared when we give of ourselves – physically, mentally, emotionally or spiritually. Now, there is nothing wrong with this, provided the relationship is loving or the friendship is healthy – but the connection must be balanced and have the mutual respect of two individual Souls, sharing a divine connection.
Problems start when…Continue
By ForeZorba Vikash Kumar;
Do this; don’t do that! Don’t do this! Don’t do that! Behave in this way! Or that!
Almost every person is advising another, for every matter on hand, almost everywhere one goes. Whether in the house, or outside - including at the workplace, or entertainment kiosks, or those institutions, such as schools, colleges…Continue
Have your ever wondered what is causing the sounds you hear at night? Those mysterious sounds that lure us from our sleepy state can send our minds reeling into replaying scenes out of a horror movie. Aside from the obvious physical causes such as wind, a settling house, or animals loitering about, there can be other supernatural causes. Instead of immediately feeling fear, consider these explanations that can set your mind at ease.
Our Spirit Guides can be one of the main sources of…Continue
In its simplest definition, discernment is nothing more than the ability to decide between truth and error, right and wrong.Continue
A pioneer in the self-help movement, Shakti Gawain taught us to harness the power of creative visualization in her seminal books, Creative Visualization and Living in the Light. Once we can calm ourselves down through breath, we can enter the realm of the imagination and use our capacities to visualize for healing and well being, not just…Continue
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By Diane Wing, M.A.
Do you find yourself saying, "I'll be happy when (fill in the blank)"; when I get a better job, make more money, get married, have a great significant other, have time for myself...and the list goes on?
Anticipating the future but never seeming to attain the vision causes anxiety (add that to the list from last week's post). It can result in giving up because the "when" never seems to…Continue
Studies show that we need love, and love helps us to thrive and be at peace, and has wonderful health benefits. Here are just a few ways long term loving relationships create bodily health that keep us strong, vital, and living a much long life.
Fewer Visits to the Doctor - Studies show that people who have long term…Continue
We spend a lot of time alone without realizing it. It doesn’t seem like we’re alone when we’re communicating on Twitter, sharing images on Instagram or Pinterest and liking friends’ updates on Facebook, but scrolling is, nonetheless, a solitary pastime. It keeps us in one place and time flies by. No wonder it seems so difficult to fit in that yoga class or add 20 minutes of meditation into our daily schedule. Socializing has been redefined by our technological lives and has never…Continue
Added by Kathryn Remati on August 22, 2015 at 5:08pm — No Comments
We’ve been fortunate enough to survive the “me” generation to learn that life is much more inclusive than it used to be. Thanks to social media, “me” exploded into “we,” and a socially conscious generation was born. What was once considered personal fulfillment has changed for the better.
Let’s have a little fun, shall we? Even if you were born circa 1990 or later, we’re pretty sure you’ll enjoy this quick reprise of a few of you or your parents’ greatest hits. You might even…Continue
Plotted trees with dying leaves
Life from stars now to dust
Money bleeds from dying breeds
Their integrity from rotting to rust
I’m asked to hope, on a short held rope
Not able to see those who save
Politics of distraction, incorporated factions
Taking more than they gave…Continue
Many women say they don’t want marriage. Yet many of them say privately that they long for it but are afraid of failing. Given the high divorce rates lately, their fears are reasonable, at least on the surface.
Their longing to commit to marriage, even if secret, makes sense too. A good marriage offers lifelong companionship, plus emotional and…Continue
The ILLUSION of Body Consciousness – a Wake up CALL !
Most of us are ‘sleep walking’ through life. Wearing blinders so much so that even light gets distracted! The ‘illusion’ that our body is all that is to our existence is so strongly ingrained in our psyche, that most of us just spend our whole life ‘gratifying’ this ‘primal’ urge! We work, eat, sleep in a ‘robotic’ manner trying to fulfil an ‘ego…Continue
Added by Sunanda Sharma on August 19, 2015 at 7:18am — No Comments
There are quite a few jobs that self-destruct when completed. Jobs that are created to solve a problem should at some point be relegated to “reserve” status. And while some jobs are fixable “job by job” like “bridge repairman” and “wedding planner,” some jobs that are coming into popularity are confusing because they seem to offer an odd relation to the idea of supply and demand.
Psychologist, addiction counselor, life coach, and personal guru are my favorites of…Continue
Added by Vito Mucci on August 18, 2015 at 1:45pm — No Comments
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We all have bouts of anxiety. It can stem from internal or external sources. The potential for anxiety to arise is ever present. Some experience anxiety more frequently than others, self-perpetuating this state of being with negative self-talk and "what if" scenarios mentally played over and over. Some use it as a motivator to prepare for an important meeting or presentation.
Depending on the…Continue